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Full text of "Poland Russia and Great Britain 1941-1945"

February 10, 1945, on Home Army,
406; Memorandum of January
22, 1945, on the appointment of
inter-Allied Commission in Poland,
408 ; Statement of February 13,
1945, on the Crimean decisions,
435; Proclamation of June 25,
1945, to the Polish people, 472 ;
Note of July 6, 1945, to the
Allies, 474

Polish Government's Delegate and
Vice Premier in Poland; Pro-
clamation of November 15, 1943,
213; Reports on situation in the
country and Warsaw, 300, 302,
319

Polish Home Army (Armia Kraiowa,
A.K.), 72-78, 179, 256, 384;
recognised by Britain and U.S.,
301 ; and agreement with Soviets,
257 ; and order on supporting the
Red Army, 256; outlawed by
Lublin Government, 508 ; exter-
minated by the Soviets, 279, 318,
404, 495, 500 ; dissolved, 405

Polish Home Political Representation,
Council of National Unity,
Kraiowa Reprezentacja Poliyczna,
Rada Jednos*ci Narodowej,
Statement on Soviet's Peoples
National Council, 251; State-
ment of January 15, 1944, on
support of the Government, 227 ;
Declaration of March 15, 1944,
on Eastern Poland, 240 ; Address
to Roosevelt and Churchill of
August 23, 1944, on Warsaw, 301 ;
Proclamation of August 15, 1944,
to the Polish people, 308

Politt, Harry, 164

Poznan, 435

Prager, Adam, 386

Praoda, 24, 44, 124, 189, 224, 228, 275,
317

Price, M.P., 333, 375

Protocol to the Anglo-Polish Treaty,
20, 454, 497, 512, 518

Puzak, K., 466

Rack Zkiewicz, Wladysiaw, 306, 339,

432, 469, 473, 495

Raczynski, Ainbassador Edward, 474
Raikes, M.P., 378, 506
Rathbone, Eleanore, M.P., 381
Rayburn, Sam, Congressman, 140
Red Star, 158, 508
Reed, Douglas, 159
Reich, Das, 193
Resistance movement in Europe and

Moscow, 145
Review of the World Affairs,  92, 208,

246

Ribbentrop-Molotov  Line,   111,   189,
217, 442.   See Curzon Line
Riga, Treaty of, 377, 507, 510
Romer, Ambassador Tadeusz, 108, 135
Roosevelt, Franklin, 30, 196, 201, 270,
350, 420, 477, 484, 489
Russell, E. R0 126
Russian officers in the Polish army, 258
Russian methods of conquest, 145, 185,
481
Samuel, Viscount, 267
Sava, Bishop, 456
Schuman, F. L., 142
Scotsman, 63, 93, 137, 166
Second Front, 417
Shaposhnikov, Marshal, 28
Sikorski, General Wiadysiaw, 13, 19,
23, 38, 42, 89, 109/111, 135, 137,
469 ; on agreement with Russia^
25 ; death of, 187 ; policy of, 88 ;
and Soviet propaganda, 176
Sinclair, Archibald 316,
Slav Congress, 173, 186
Smiles, Sir W., M.P., 387
Smuts, General, 206
Sosnkowski, General Kazimierz, 22*
160, 219, 237, 295, 306, 317, 344,
385, 432, 469, 509
Soviet Government: and attacks on the
Polish Government, 147, 159, 253,
288 ;     and puppet  governments,
152;      and   demands,   91,   194;
cancelling    Polish    Relief,    110;
and   promises   to * Poland,   260;
recognition of the Lublin Govern-
ment, 400 ;   and territorial claims,
99 ;  and Underground in Europe,
117, 182;   urging for a revolt in
Poland,   36,   285;      Notes   and
Statements on Poland:    Note of
November 14,  1941, on officers,
522;      Note   on   citizenship   of
December 1, 1941, 97; Notes of
January 5, 1942, and January 17,
1942,   on  territorial   claims,   97,
523; Note on prisoners-of-war of
January 23, 1942, 521; Note on
citizenship   of   March  13,   1942,
524;   Note of January 16,  1943,
on enforcement of Soviet citizen-
ship,    109,   527;   Statement   of
March 1,1943, 115; Communique
of   April   15,   1943,   on   Katyn
murder, 119; Note of April 25,
-1943, on the breaking of relations,
126;    Statement  of January II,
1944, 215 ; Statement of January
17, 1944, 222; Statement of July
25,  1944, on Red Army's entry
into Poland, 275
543